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Ironman: Wanda why?

Chinese billionaire is obviously in it for the long run

Atlas Mara: Diamond in the rough

Shares in former Barclays chief’s African venture are struggling

Angry Birds

Mobile gaming: going cheep

Developers struggle to stay ahead when barriers to entry are low

Statoil ASA and partners Petoro AS, Det norske oljeselskap ASA and Lundin Norway AS have made a high-impact oil discovery on the Aldous Major South prospect (PL 265) in the North Sea. Aldous Major South is located in licence 265. Statoil is the operator and has a 40% interest. The other partners are Petoro (30%), Det norske oljeselskap (20%) and Lundin (10%). The well was drilled by the Transocean Leader drilling rig brukt i WE oktober 2011 Funnet Aldous har fått felt navnet Johan Sverdrup
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North Sea oil: northern exposure

Nostalgia lingers for when the UK was considered an oil power

This is an undated company photo of Schlumberger Ltd. operations. Schlumberger Ltd., the world's second-largest oilfield-services company, had third-quarter net income of $318.2 million after a loss a year earlier as oil topped $50 for the first time and producers boosted spending. Source: Schlumberger Ltd./ via Bloomberg News.

Schlumberger: pump and circumstance

Deal makes financial sense but the market seems less sure

Uber: Chinese traffic jam

Ride-sharing company is taking its time to raise money in China

Sberbank: one steppe at a time

Lender’s results will confound the bears on Russia

WPP: Surfin’ USA

Sir Martin Sorrell’s latest sound bite was about China, but look at the US instead

Asset raising trend coming to Asia

Fund managers in Asia have not yet realised their potential